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    September 18, 2010
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live from the bay area's news station this is the kron 4 morning news. >> good morning, 7:00 a.m., and marty gonzales are off today and isabella is off today. let us take a quick check with that fog bank heavy, drizzle, rain. jacqueline bennett has more. >> a well defined storm to the north. the first band of rain pours through, yesterday. it really broke up several of we have is second band of rain tonight and into tomorrow
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morning we will see a little bit of rainfall as this goes through. a look at a glance today, with dense fog and drizzle close to the coast what will continue. it's just like it did, yesterday and with all of that missed and along that coas. with moret st turning into the bay area as this approaches. perhaps a bit muddy this afternoon and by 3:00 p.m., a chance of showers in the north bay. not too likely today, tonight it is really tomorrow morning and the we are going to see that rain fall. two-time it out on futurecast and your extended forecast coming up in just a bit. >> and and marin , a, a high school student is it dead after a car crashed with a cattle truck right before 12:00 p.m. and a rural part of novado boulevard at hulman canyon and reggie kumar. >> a vigil was held at novado
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high school last night to remember, under the teams that were involved in the car crash. one of those--teens died in the teamed driver faces several drivers. for different chargers, with vehicular manslaughter with the why, dui, and a b a l of 0.08 or higher and without a driver's license. and the driver, and the other team had moderate-light injuries and are recovering. -the other team. >> and ken smith of idaho was not cinjured in the crash. it- novado. >> of football between last night in novado high school at learning about the crash. the mood was somber, parents, teachers, players. it >> those were some of our best
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friends it is kind of shocking i cannot believe there would do that. >> very sad, this is the worst kind of news that a parent ito receive, that your child is an accident or your child has spenis dead. >> it is terrible. >> many memories are >> and topg&e is concerned about liquids with four different pipelines in the bay iroquois corrosion. including this one and pg&e even have thone those concerns last year, and they're looking as corrosion as the possible cause these kind seven deaths and 40 homes dead in the san mabruno explosion. >> while this is not been tested yet, the ash is warning that the toxicitity and thousands of
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dollars are being given by pg&e. >> the charred remains of homes, cars, turn the gas line explosion has not moved. this is for many frozen, everything is as exactly when it felt and 90's ago. >> they can do it on their home or if they can to the county, access to their property would be happy to do that for them. >> a working group to do one property per day so it could take over one month for all the debris. pan with several steps, testing, and at the end of the process, each property will have a certification that it is safe, healthy, no conditions and are mentally. >> out side, of the meeting there were thinking of--and our mental safet will of to environmental
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safety certificate. >> and of people are not sure when the want to start. it is almost two weeks. >> with a safety concerns, not perhaps an immediate safety concerns and if this material would stay around for several weeks? there could be some concerns later. >> and the county is not going to reimburse people who hire private contractors to clean up this mess. however, recording the county efforts will reimburse 100 percent. >> 26 jess morale, in san bruno and when the and she was badly he was badly burned, she did not survive. she will have a funeral on monday. >> yesterday, thousands attended
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the memorial service for j aqueline and jeanesssa greig the mother and daughter that were killed. and in www.kron.com stay with us, as this continues one of the uc-berkeley graduate students just released will be speaking out about her experience. and more regulations for the 100th anniversary of the bayto breakers. force, a live look at walnut creek with the fog pushing in. ♪
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>> welcome back to kron 4 news weekend and u.s. airlines flight from phoenix to hawaii had to make an emergency landing. and the emergency landing, with the
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pilot reported smoke in the cockpit. 175 passengers disembarked of the boeing safely. >> secretary state hillary clinton is still requesting the release of the two remaining americans. sarah shroud is on her way back. the foreforeign ministry does not appear that tehran ready to release them. been minimal, the released will hold a press conference in new york city with her mother this afternoon. she says she is happy to be free but is securing her companions also freed. and also the united united nations general stablassembly.
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>> people the one of registered will be escorted off as by police and private security. the only peoplamount of people registration as a light 50,000. >> if we need to? there is going to be consequences and with crowd control. and it is not to be... and there is a child and a stroller, family, and a three, four year-old and and you do not realize the to have to be careful. and the neighbors have a right to say that it is my city, also. >> 20,000 people finished the 12 k from the san francisco bay to the ocean preacthe 70,000 unattd with floats and alcohol have been banned. coming up on kron 4 news this week and a toddler in europe crawls onto a busy
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highway. the shocking video coming up and another live look with that fog. in fact, the c h p has issued a bainbridge advisory. with heavy drizzle and the chance rain in the forecast, tomorrow. ♪ [ woman on tv ] if you won't let me in,
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>> looking at a live weather, with the mt. tam. cam, the heavy fog and even a complete check of forecast with rainfall. >> a storm is going to impact the bay area tonight and into tomorrow we're already seeing changes right now. moisture streaming into the bay area in the does going to feel monday also of the clouds today. there is a slight chance then come in the bay later this afternoon and
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into this evening. it is going to be a mainly tomorrow evening when we see the rain. showers on the sunday, and then try in the afternoon and if you have plans? shipped them onto the afternoon on sunday. cooler temperatures as we go into with a dipping down to the low 70's, inland. mid-60s along the bay shore and upper 50s on the coastline. let us take a look with our stormtracker rate are a very well-defined storm. al, we missed that rainfall yesterday it passed us on all to the north but the second band tonight and into tomorrow morning. and i think we're going to see some showers with this. let us take a look con futurecast. by 4:00 p.m., the rainfall is going to go towards the north bay and in funiformity as it begins and thn it will start to break up a little bit. by 10:00 a.m., light showers of of the north bay and
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of the golden gate and along the coastline. as for moving to the noon hour, that is pretty much it and as we see with very light showers tapered off by 3:00 p.m. so, we are going to see the most rain and the north bay. these totals really quickly, the quarter inched that you see it is perhaps closer to the golden gate, novado, santa rosa. and a three-quarters, that is going to be well to the north and the higher elevations. also, south of the golden gate is not going to see much, perhaps on the one- tenth of an inch. and in the south bay, if we see anything just traces. at the most, one- tenth which is not for much rainfall at all. let us take a look to our temperatures today with cooler 76 in santa rosa, 64 degrees in san francisco, offers 70's, inland. when you factor in the additional moisture it feels more monday. that is what we're going to see today with more
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sticky. 60s and half moon bay, 60s, 70's for the bay shore. 744 san jose and take a look kron 4 7 day around the bay the rainfall is going to dominate this weekend forecast. first the forecast will have fog, and then cloudy conditions in the overnight rain into tomorrow morning. showers. because it is going to be so light and cooler temperatures to the weekend but as we head into the weekend and next week cooler, and dry conditions. >> and with hurricane igor is in effect for bermuda as they gained strength. right that that 110 mph it is going to expect to be better in towards the island tomorrow night. >> central mexico, the possibility of flooding, mudslides with parking cor ithu
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and it had downed power lines, and this is been the biggest drop of a storm in this area of mexico since hurricane janet in 1955. >> there pumping and some that after putting repairs to the old containment well. this is expected to be repaired within the next $40. the explosion of a 11 fatalities. the next two hou48 hours. an incredible videf the country of turkey as this one toddler going down a curb. and into the highway. and you can see it as vehicles are whizzing by. that toddler is crawling out into the lanes of traffic. the mother had fallen asleep while begging on the sidewalk. one driver thankfully
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stop and pick up the toddler. police returned him to was mother was on injured. coming up on kron 4 news this weekend no jail time for paris open. and lindsay lohan might want to take a bodpost about her recent drug abuse. >> and with the traffic light at 101. through the north bay. ♪ just broke! which is really exciting... except i'm at a grocery store. i was just standing here with a carton of oj,
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>> bay area sports, the china is taking on the upper worse and it cannot and well and the california breweragainst the br >> the giants have been out but they'd hit the wall, and then some. almost 42,000 jammed and with 20,000 t-shirts give away,
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and the best. as the saying goes, among all four sports casters, and with nine hits, and only two runs. and it's just bad timing. and with the what the coming in 11 games under 500. the same plplay, to get the guy at the plate, and three nothing, second, nothing, that is our win for the giants. with randy wolf. ahoy and the giants is one of their poorest performances, offensively. baumgartner not bad but three- nothing shut out. and back to the padres, the cardinals and this is if you are a baseball fan? tony la russa to mock of the padres. matt, the worst of his starting of the career. the padre's lou for f 16th out
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of 22 is games. and they're losing streak. besides that, only one-half back behind the giants. and here it comes. not the dodgers, and he announced earlier that this is his last season as the manager of the dodgers. no kidding, the divorce is stripping him of good players. reporting live, don mattingly is going to replace him and stood by joe it is 2-0 rockies. phantom menaceand ximet is the giants on top, one half behind me martin lee's . and n tonight, and with the medicinal twins. tied with the yankees with the minnesota twins and brett anderson. none of them
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start to qualify for the era but it is a two-three-with a deep fly ball. and there is to go. and the final scores, these are victorious 3-0. at this point, what is the difference? and the oakland athletics come market doing it from the outfield grass. in football! and i am going to do a new routine of pausing. >> crazy. >> and remember the harassment of him >> and they got it back in their face, tonight. nevada, reno with 52, 31. shane breaking through for the second 50 yd touchdown run of the game. and with and the bears in three, 20 carries, three scores, and you are not supposed to lose to of battle. and the bay area native, and future hall of famer. jason back, back into the bay area,
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the town time all-star visited the northern lights school nonprofit elementary. they've went to school himself and at that time was known as st. castles of babylon. donations of time, money, as part of the foundations. i always thought that he would do good work and there he is, shaking his thing. >> and with our actress's be having sabeating badly. and wita deal, she is still two to two different misdemeanors with the arrest of cocaine possession in las vegas. >> lindsay lohan has confirmed honor twitter page that she failed for court ordered drug/are all in regrettably sheep filter drug test. she is prepared to appear before the judge next week and is ready to face the consequences for her actions. and this could mean a
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violation of probation and possibility more jail time. in july, she was sentenced for three months in jail. for the violation of probation. still ahead, more californians out of work and the megamerger with two different airlines. those stories coming up in a live l at th ball off bridge toll pla but very light traff but plenty of fog. the bridge toll plaza you inhale, they inhale.
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live from the bay area's news station this is the kron 4 morning news. >> a big story on kron 4 news this weekend is the weather. a live look at the san mateo bridge with heavy fog bay-area wide. the chance of rain fall, let us check in with jacqueline bennett. . >> >> a well defined storm to the north. the first band of rain pours through, yesterday. it really broke up several of we have is second band of rain tonight and into tomorrow morning we will see a little bit of rainfall as this goes
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through. a look at a glance today, with dense fog and drizzle close to the coast what will continue. it's just like it did, yesterday and with all of that mist and along that coast. with more moisture streaming into the bay area as this approaches. perhaps a bit muddggy - muggy this afternoon and by 3:00 p.m., a chance of showers in the north bay. not too likely today, tonight it is really tomorrow morning and the we are going to see that rain fall. to time it out on futurecast and your extended forecast coming up in just a bit. >> the stories that we are falling, the california unemployment rate is up! despite the economic percentage rumored to be recovering. and it will
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0.4% in the state-wide, and the ninth 46 increase. rob fladeboe take a look and the unemployment numbers in silicon valley. >> the latest numbers from the unemployment development here in the crater of silicon valley that unemployment dropped, slightly in august. the jobless rate for the graveif was 11.2 pt last month. that is down from 11.5% from the month of july. and also from 11.8% posted for august 20th 09. and with 852, 100 the entire total was also down by 1500. from one year, earlier start on the upside, professional business service employees added more jobs 1300 cured computer, electronics manufacturing also had a larger gain of 600 jobs. >> with the fewest gains,
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government, construction, real estate and in san jose, rob said about. kron 4 news. >> and a federal judge is going to still decide about the megamerger between continental and united and it will have a negative impact on d travelers. and ifa lin has the details cured >> the goal of any company is to become profitable. and with united, continental, to join forces. the combined company would be called united airlines. and there will be painted and continental colors and less competition will mean higher air fares. officials say true but not for everybody. >> and if you fly in, out of san francisco, san bruno, san
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diego, you should be fine. however, to and from smaller cities that is when the prices will go up. experts say the airports and smaller airlines in smaller airports will increase prices with your options. >> if all goes well, this deal will be closed within two weeks and then at united will become the biggest airline in the world! at world comfortda lin kron 4 news. >> sfo. >> and demand will lead united has hinted that layoffs are coming. and with overlapping jobs after the merger petition that minimum of fact on bay area workers. >> depending on the numbers that we are trying to keep and the number of the aircraft's, the front line will not see that money changes. there will be
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attrition, but you will not seek massive layoff. >> the government has signed off only a lawsuit from dozens of airline travelers who are going to still be concerned about a monopoly. >> this report was released by vice-president joe biden. with 100 products greeting jobs to increase the economy. the tunnel expansion is number five. using 19 $8 million of stimulus funding and currently 250 workers and it is using 198 million to the tunnel and coming up, a fourth sexual assault. details coming up. and a live look at the golden gate bridge for a thick fog and low visibility. and when chilled wipers required. visibility is
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nearly at 0. cus group. so what are we testing here? that's our new pastrami grilled sandwich. oh, great. hey, are they happy we got rid of the rye bread?
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totally. they love our grilled artisan bread. they say it's the perfect compliment to the classic hot pastrami, melting cheese, deli mustard and pickles. awesome. hey, um what are we testing in that room? oh! nothing we were just hazin' the intern.
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but what really happened? cnn -- not me -- cnn says his assertion about his tax record was "just plain wrong." jerry brown went out there and took credit for the fact that the people of california voted for proposition 13, which lowered taxes, which he opposed. and now he's going around taking credit for it. he raised taxes as governor of california. he had a surplus when he took office and a deficit when he left. he doesn't tell the people the truth.
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fan >> welcome back, in walnut creek, another regency apartments attack in this is not related to the series in recent months. 27 year-old woman was sexually assaulted by a six-foot blacof print offorced herself ir apartment. >> after the arrest a few months ago, this latest sexual assaults is still shaken up. >> somebody has this under control and i need to feel safe. there is other women living alone. >> what to make of this fourth is the same type of crime. >> we are perplexed, up-which you make of this? >> and we will to in everything
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we can to try to solve this case and get this investigation going >> and if it is in the same place? >> there is no way that this can be unrelated there is some reason for this area it is causing an attraction for violence. >> she thinks that it is the building itself. >> if i go around one corner you cannot hear a lot back there and definitely without anybody seeing. >> what would you 56 to safely? >> a security lock box. >> and you do not have to use it. perhaps the front walkway is would be barricaded. however, alternate routes to enter that gaining accents would still be able to. >> and you rethinking this? >> no. not yet.
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>> officials and the san bruno so there's no indication of the was a gas leak at the crest more elementary school. and prompted evacuations this is video of parents picking up their children teachers some of that gasoline and notified pg&e which recommended the evacuation and this is the second school in only two days. in castro valley, a real high gas line was cut with construction crews were working on st upgrades and a son miguel. as a precaution, this was the evacuation was taken into effect in 30 minutes. >> coming up, with rain in the forecast and that could spell big trouble for this year's grape forest and the james b halfridge in san francisco
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>> welcome back, a live look and with some rainfall, jacqueline bennett. >> >> a storm is going to impact the bay area tonight and into tomorrow. w are already seeing changes right now. moisture streaming into the bay area and the is not going to see us until, monday also of the clouds today. there is a slight chance then come in the bay later this afternoon and into this evening. it is going to be a mainly tomorrow evening when we see the rain. showers on the sunday, and dry -- then try in the afternoon and if you have plans? shipped them onto the afternoon on sunday. cooler temperatures as we go into with a dipping down to the low 70's, inland. mid-60s along the bay shore and upper 50s on the
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coastline. let us take a look with our stormtracker ratdar ae a very well-defined storm. al, we missed that rainfall yesterday it passed us on all to the north but the second band tonight and into tomorrow morning. and i think we're going to see some showers with this. let us take a look co, futurecast. by 4:00 p.m., the rainfall is going to go towards the north bay and uniformity as it begins and then it will start to break up a little bit. by 10:00 a.m., light showers of of the north bay and of the golden gate and along the coastline. as for moving to the noon hour, that is pretty much it and as we see with very light showers tapered off by 3:00 p.m. so, we are going to see the most rain and the north bay. these totals really quickly, the quarter inched that you see it is perhaps closer to the golden gate, novado, santa rosa. and a
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three-quarters, that is going to be well to the north and the higher elevations. also, south of the golden gate is not going to see much, perhaps on the one-tenth of an inch. and in the south bay, if we see anything just traces. at the most, one-tenth which is not for much rainfall at all. let us take a look to our temperatures today with cooler 76 in santa rosa, 64 degrees in san francisco, offerupper 70's, in. when you factor in the additional moisture it feels more monday. that is what we're going to see today with more stickiness. 60s and half moon bay, 60s, 70's for the bay shore. 744 san jose and take a look kron 4 7 day around the bay the rainfall is going to dominate this weekend forecast. first the forecast will have fog, and then cloudy conditions in the overnight rain into tomorrow morning. showers.
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because it is going to be so light and cooler temperatures through the weekend. but as we head into the weekend and next week cooler, and dry conditions. through a week. >> and rob fladeboe explains that these conditions could be harmful for the harvest grape of the foothills of the santa cruz mountains and growers have one eye on the sky and the other odd other crops in anticipation of what could be some unexpected anticipation. that is not good for the grape harvest. and any particular winemaker will say that the fruit is typically the school pike in october but if the rainfall comes? this could throw off this schedule by 2-3 weeks and with the vulnerability of moisture. he could even rot that fruit from the inside creating mud and other problems for harvest. and chardonnay, and
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already other rivals are coming in in anticipation of the rain. and in some situations? this could be just on harvested - unharvested wine grapes and left on the vines. >> with an upset and delaware, that any hope of any democratic control of the senate and pamela more explains. >> the midterm elections this november, republicans are focusing on the no. 10. that is, and more seats they need to have control of the senate. >> ladies and a gentleman the people of delaware have spoken. >> this made it more difficult
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republican strategist says christine o'donnell is unelectable. and i was saying that we're looking it eight, nine seats in the senate now we're looking of the seventh >> o'donnell one has said that if the nomination with a tea party backing not the republican party. she advocates abolishing social security, medicare and the department of education. she defaulted on her mortgage, she devoted honor student loan and mr. called a fraud by a former campaign manager. nonetheless, she has of said congressman michael castle. he was a heavy favorite to fill joe biden senate seat. >> i want everybody and the republican party to oppose me to know how this. you are welcome to join the people's crusade. >> and in york,pallidino the buffalo millionaire has turning
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prisons into dormitories for welfare recipients. he has been caught with racial e-mail jokes. >> para latino wil >> palladino will face the son of former mayor mario cuomo. in a debate.
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>> and in effect news, the sony version of the nintendo wii. and gabriel slate's tech report has more on that. >> the police station is now on the market! this is the sony- the police station. it looks a little strange, within or on top, a play station. and your movements are picked up on a television screen in front of you. this is an addition to the place station 3. at $100, the
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motion detector. and a center to pick up the movements. also, a video camera built in the face and your images and adding more lifelike. >> that is the big difference, with the wii you will see yourself on the television screen holding different objects. the images in superimposed and a look for realistic it looks like your actually holding at. this gentleman is an editor with the san francisco editorial website. he was able to advance this from a sunny and has been using this for a while. >> it is kind of fun to be able to do these types of actions. and instead of seeing you can see the rocket in your hand it does everything, advertised. and i think it is a nice complement of four people that already have a plea station 3. if the want to a wii? perhaps they do not want to go out and buy a
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wii. this is the best of both worlds. >> and foster city, off gabriel slate's tech report >> and stanley roberts with this edition of people behaving badly. >> and can you do is use your hand? it would not take long for the civic center testers to draw the clipper handweaving tre wavu wave your hand, the fair gates will open and let you ride this muni for tree. >> they all do it! >> and on this street, over one- half dozen attempts. >> just let you know, that is an $85 ticket. and that is an $85 ticket with the pov. >> officials say that this is new to them but a source told me that they knew about that the returning class's. >> the truth is that even
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without the flaw people had been exploiting this system in many other ways. this man, that the one used to exit. after seeing my camera, >> you are not allowed to fill me! >> what you doing? are you crazy! >> and this guy opens up the gate. to try to let his. >> and walking to the emergency exit without paying. >> and it says that i can use your hand i've seen it on the news. >> even of the new clipper system, you will always have a problem with ferrfair evaders je coming back next hour! and a live look of the walnut creek. clouds pushing all the way inland this morning. ♪
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live from the bay area's news station this is the kron 4 morning news. >> good morning, thank you for watching and i am in for marty gonzales and isabelle. top stories, a high-school student dead and several others injured. details ahead. three details of the san bruno explosion are remembered. also, rainfall, fog and an author is here with us with great cooking tips. and to bust some cooking vats and agreed jan wall! >> thank you. and-math. , and with an upbeat relief from the depressing news. >> we need that every weekend don't we? >> we do. and with the weekend, some unusual artists, one coming in about an art gallery. and we are quick to talk about my friend, and also she is also an
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amazing parartist, and the san francisco opera, aida and also, a new for from my bed and fleck. >> and jacqueline? where have the latest forecast as we take a live look up at the mt. tam. >> . pours through, yesterday. it really broke up several of we have is second band of rain tonight and into tomorrow morning we will see a little bit of rainfall as this goes through. a look at a glance today, with dense fog and drizzle close to the coast what will continue. it's just like it did, yesterday and with all of that mist and along that coast. with more moisture streaming into the bay area as this approaches. perhaps a bit muddy this afternoon and by 3:00
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p.m., a chance of showers in the north bay. not too likely today, tonight it is really tomorrow morning and the we are going to see that rain fall. to time it out on futurecast and your extended forecast coming up in just a bit. >> we begin with a tragedy and marin count , with a car crashed into a cattle truck. this is the map just before 12:00 p.m. noon yesterday in a world part of novado boulevard. reggie kumar reports. >> friends, classmates of the five students lit candles and consoled one another during this candlelight vigil on friday. all of these came to remember, honor, pray for the 15 year-old student was dead. and others are clinging to life at the hospital. >> i cannot believe it. i was in
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shock. it is just so surreal vatican happen that fast and collectively over that quick. we've just had every 15 minutes, a program that we talked about drunken-driving. and it is sad to see. -several-just happened. >> a really good guy and well known. he was the offi teacher's assistant on third. and he enjoyed sports. >> the teacould of been going a0 m.p.h. in a 55 in this gray bmw going west on a bottle boulevard. the teen spun out as he can run this novado boulevard and carrying a load of cattle going the opposite direction. investigators found alcohol containers inside the car. >> the driver's name has not been released. he is facing for
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different charges with gross vehicular manslaughter will intoxication, the why, driving with a b a l a 0.08 ohio, the why and driving without a license. and a dui. both have moderate injuries, and are recovering in area hospitals and the big rig truck driver was not injured. his name is kenneth smith from idaho. >> u.s. air wiz from phoenix to now we have to make an emergency landing. the pilot claimed an emergency with smoke and the cloccockpit. no word on the cau, there were put on another flight to mali. now, the latest for the san bruno-hawaii. >> with four different corrosion pipes. pg&e also says that is have those concerns last year.
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the ntsb is heading up this investigation is looking at corrosion as a possible cause behind this explosion/fire. it killed seven people and it takdestroyed four homes. pieces back together in christine connolly. >> this is a general bishop, her front window looks right out into the glasblast zone, and acs the street, those homes don't even exist at her home is still standing with no major fire, water damage. smoke, that is another story. >> server procurement with a sponge and you can see a line with the suit is stock on the line--dark suit. is stocoot is d
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crews are word about fire debris that could fall and from the roof and they're not sure if that is containing asbestos. despite all of this she is still standing here. >> the last two nights, with air purifiers in the living room for us we've been sleeping in the chairs and they're working from the back of a house, out. >> working crews clearing the ash and soot and pg&e came with the $1 million fund set up for victims. she has been happy with the response. >> all we had to do is show our identification and doing this very efficient and these ladies are great! the representative from pg&e. >> christine connolly, kron 4 news. >> taking a look of san francisco the winch of wipers are required and even an umbrella with heavy drizzle. and
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the thick fog, and we have a traffic advisory on the bay bridge. windshield wipers.
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>> welcome back, the bay to breakers, big changes they're going to be escorted off if they are not registered. and only 50,000 are able to register 20,000 people finished the 12 k race from the san francisco bay to the pacific ocean. however, 70,000 others attended it, unofficially with floats, a local being banned. >> and annette mother of natalie holloway has confronted the suspect. the lawyer said that she went to rachel and peru in spoke with vendors and he is acd of allegedly being responsible for killing a woman in peru and the daughter of the missing teen
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from bermud >> and a live look at the golden gate bridge and the fog.
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>> taking a quick look outside, with fog pushing all the way inland to walnut creek. we can get ready for the rainfall and with an update on a forecast >> a storm is going to impact the bay area tonight and into tomorrow. w are already seeing changes right now. moisture streaming into the bay area and the is not going to see us until, monday also of the clouds today. there is a slight chance then come in the bay later this afternoon and into this evening. it is going to be a mainly tomorrow evening when we see the rain. showers on the sunday, and then try in the afternoon and if you have plans? shipped them onto the afternoon on sunday. cooler temperatures
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as we go into with a dipping down to the low 70's, inland. mid-60s along the bay shore and upper 50s on the coastline. let us take a look with our stormtracker rate are a very well-defined storm. al, we missed that rainfall yesterday it passed us on all to the north but the second band tonight and into tomorrow morning. and i think we're going to see some showers with this. let us take a look con futurecast. by 4:00 p.m., the rainfall is going to go towards the north bay and uniformity as it begins and then it will start to break up a little bit. by 10:00 a.m., light showers of of the north bay and of the golden gate and along the coastline. as for moving to the noon hour, that is pretty much it and as we see with very light showers tapered off by 3:00 p.m.
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so, we are going to see the most rain and the north bay. these totals really quickly, the quarter inched that you see it is perhaps closer to the golden gate, novado, santa rosa. and a three-quarters, that is going to be well to the north and the higher elevations. also, south of the golden gate is not going to see much, perhaps on the one-tenth of an inch. and in the south bay, if we see anything just traces. at the most, one-tenth which is not for much rainfall at all. let us take a look to our temperatures today with cooler 76 in santa rosa, 64 degrees in san francisco, offers 70's, inland. when you factor in the additional moisture it feels more monday. that is what we're going to see today with more stickiness. 60s and half moon bay, 60s, 70's for the bay shore. 744 san jose and take a look kron 4 7 day around the bay the rainfall is going to dominate this weekend forecast. first the forecast will have
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fog, and then cloudy conditions in the overnight rain into tomorrow morning. showers. because it is going to be so light and cooler temperatures through the weekend. but as we head into the weekend and next week cooler, and dry conditions. hamas violence and if parliamentary elections in kabul, afghanistan have. hand he was casting his vote, today, and k stuabul. the tell ban as it disrupting threatening to disrupt the vote. >> and secretary of state hill at hillary clinton is appealing the two americans detained in tehran and the oman foreign minister does not. fed they are
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ready to let the men go. meanwhile, she is going to hold a news conference the released shroud will speak to reporters in new york city on the sunday afternoon. she says she's happy to be free but wants to focus her companions freedom. and the president of the ron will be in there for the united nations general assembly. coming up on kron 4 news this weekend and if the honey dangerous for an offense? more of the after the break
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but what were the results? fact: brown promised to improve schools. but the drop out rate increased 50%, and the state had to take over the schools. fact: the city controller found employees paid for 22,000 hours... they never worked. fact: brown promised to cut crime. but murders doubled, making oakland the 4th most dangerous city in america. jerry brown. he just can't deliver the results california needs now.
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>> welcome back, our next guest is the culinary bible on food and cooking. and julia is how and he will explain, why. . and helping us with all pricking
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these cooking maps. the look good morning. >> good morning. fascinating taps and i like to coke and some great things already let us talk about apples and honey. >> and i love to cook. >> these are things that people cannot tell you that honey however, it is not good for children under one hears. and naturally contains spores of bacteria that adults can handle just fine. however, developing children cannot. it is recommended that children under age of one year old cannot be fed. >> and then it is fine. >> yes. some of these say that on the label. and others, did not mention it. >> perhaps all bottles and jars of honey should have warnings. >> yes.
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>> apples, that big and glossy does not necessarily mean tasty. those have been coated with wax and even produce, in general. generally, the large volume comes from water. often, you are better off if interested in flavor to get a smaller fruits, vegetables. without the whelks. more fresh. -wax, what to look for if read? yellow? >> it depends on the apple, the bridle, some are deep red, some are not, some are just green. it depends on the-righty. and get to know what the different varieties are. and and look for those. >> and people get away from the tedious measuring? howl important? >> tremendously, with salt. and it does not taste right. , taste or by the exact measurements.
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>> and with something like assault, you need to adjust it to your taste. and if it is too much to begin with? you are in trouble. and with measuring, stones, cubs are not very accurate. and it is much more accurate, with a spoon-cupscups not be as accurate. i have poured out the equivalent weight of salt. this is the same amount of saltiness but they look like to different piles. >> yes. >> volume. >> and that is what to keep in mind. if with spoons, cubs measure volume including air. you are not interested in air. >> with specialty salts is there really a difference? >> these specialties alt differ in that the crystal size in the crunchiness. and if you add them to a soup? you're not going to
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know the difference. however, if you spread of them on tomatoes. >> one of my favorites in this book is that cutting costs, in a frying pan. >> exactly. >> with a cooking-pasta. >> and exactly, to why have to wait for all that and a large pot. and i tried that and a skillet. kind of like race and it turns out the chicken turn out for about one in--account for about one in tirentire pounf pasta and you can save a lot of water! >> exactly. >> great tips. >> final thoughts? >> the more you think about cooking, the better cooked you will be. >> and if some people are scared sometimes? just get right in
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there? >> yes, it can be fun, to play with food. some in the we were told not to put it is the best thing to do, and life. >> thank you. and if you had more information www. curious coke doubt, and also, you can get a lot more information on a lot of great cox at curious >> curiouscook.com jaguar platinum coverage is not just a warranty.
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live from the bay area's news station this is the kron 4 morning news. ♪ >> and watching bay area weather is monday and with thick fog run the bay and have the drizzle, low fog pushing all the way into walnut creek. a chance of rainfall this weekend and an update with jacqueline bennett.
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>> . >> a well defined storm to the north. the first band of rain pours through, yesterday. it really broke up several of we have is second band of rain tonight and into tomorrow morning we will see a little bit of rainfall as this goes through. a look at a glance today, with dense fog and drizzle close to the coast what will continue. it's just like it did, yesterday and with all of that mist and along that coast. with more moisture streaming into the bay area as this approaches. perhaps a bit muddggy this afternoon and by 3:00 p.m., a chance of showers in the north bay. not too likely today, tonight it is really tomorrow morning and the we are going to see that rain fall. to time it out on futurecast and your extended forecast coming up in just a bit. >> new this morning, president obama is taking republicans
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tasks over campaign spending limit. the weekly radio/internet accusing the gop limiting the amount of money that campaign advertising can be spent. campaign can it's as words. >> with the citizens united, we try to fix this with a new law that would simply require the say who we are, and who is paying for your ad. this week, that brokers can make an informed decision. and anybody running these would have standby their claims. foreign control corporations would be restricted of funding local politicians for their own interest. common sense. and democrats and republicans of both agreed on this, for decades. >> and to save the bush era tax cuts that are set to expire in
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january. greg walden of oregon is that in following taxes on wealthy americans could be a job killer, and either up/down, to expand and extend job cuts. >> and with democrats can agree that raising taxes and a struggling economy, especially businesses is the wrong thing to do. also, the want to cut non superior spending to the 2000 a low. before of the bailout, a takeover, 2-008. you know, american families, and small businesses of the mckinley difficult choices of the last couple of years. -making difficult choices, and to try to adjust for these difficult economic changes. why would the government should beat any different? >> and this could help restore economic stability in sick man's.
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>> the megamerger between united-make amends. save millions. >> and also come ocand da lin se people you were dead united continental merger could cause increase in airfare. officials said on the location, if you fly in and out of san francisco, oakland, san jose. prices will likely stay the same. and other low-cost carriers like je liket blue . and for those of flying to, from, the smaller cities. that is for the prices could go up and experts say airlines and the smaller cities have a tendency to raise prices when the tempe passengers a few options. >> and workers in san francisco's chinatown are getting under minimum wage with no overtime or benefits. the
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chinese progress of association teamed up with several of the town agencies and over half are earning less than minimum wage. less than $6.25 per hour, and working within 40 hours per week. we will be right back on kron 4 news this weekend. a live look through san francisco and it sfo, the fog is that with reports of 52 minute delays of a rival's. ♪ arriving flights [ lisping ] i lost my front tooth the other day,
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?o?oxñw?w?oó >> welcome back, fluffy and weather, the rain showers with thick fog from the bay area. and was in that thick fog. and let us check about the weather forecast over the weekend with jacqueline bennett. >> a storm is going to impact
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the bay area tonight and into tomorrow. w are already seeing changes right now. moisture streaming into the bay area and the is not going to see us until, monday also of the clouds today. there is a slight chance then come in the bay later this afternoon and into this evening. it is going to be a mainly tomorrow evening when we see the rain. showers on the sunday, and then try in the afternoon and if--dry you have plans? shipped them onto the afternoon on sunday. cooler temperatures as we go into with a dipping down to the low 70's, inland. mid-60s along the bay shore and upper 50s on the coastline. let us take a look with our stormtracker ratdar ae a very well-defined storm. al, we missed that rainfall yesterday it passed us on all to the north but the second band tonight and into tomorrow morning. and i think we're going to see some showers with this. let us take a look con futurecast. by 4:00 p.m., the rainfall is going to go towards
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the north bay and uniformity as it begins and then it will start to break up a little bit. by 10:00 a.m., light showers of of the north bay and of the golden gate and along the coastline. as for moving to the noon hour, that is pretty much it and as we see with very light showers tapered off by 3:00 p.m. so, we are going to see the most rain and the north bay. these totals really quickly, the quarter inched that you see it is-half perhaps closer to the golden phfft gate, novado, santa rosa. and a three-quarters, that is going to be well to the north and the higher elevations. also, south of the golden gate is not going to see much, perhaps on the one-tenth of an inch. and in the south bay, if we see anything just traces. at the
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most, one-tenth which is not for much rainfall at all. let us take a look to our temperatures today with cooler 76 in santa rosa, 64 degrees in san francisco, offers 70's, inland. when you factor in the additional moisture it feels more monday. that is what we're going to see today with more stickiness. 60s and half moon bay, 60s, 70's for the bay shore. 744 san jose and take a - 74 for san jose the rainfall is going to dominate this weekend forecast. first the forecast will have fog, and then cloudy conditions in the overnight rain into tomorrow morning. showers. because it is going to be so light and cooler temperatures through the weekend. but as we head into the weekend and next week cooler, and dry conditions. >> monday through friday. >> and also, igor the island of bermuda. a hurricane warning in a fact as he is gaining
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strength. and add 110 mph and it will expect bermuda tomorrow night. central mexican residents are worried about funding, and mud slides from cora-area flood. trees, power lines and it is the biggest to hit the area with flooding the most extensive damage since hurricane janet in 1955. >> bethany told police that an african-american woman scorched her face with acid. and now, she has admitted that her injuries are self-inflicted! here are her parents. >> and it to the questions of why she did this? there were no
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signs and we've really do not to know why at this point. it is our hope that the medical community can find the answers. and, she is obviously dealing with some deep, the eternal psychological/mean and we are gg to be there for her, she is on the road. we are to walk it with her. >> she could face charges of filing a false police report. let us report withjan wahl. and if this is a weird if world and world is interesting, provocative, this is from shepherd. this is one interesting piece of artwork and an art gallery. with emanuel's 3 and oa meeting
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have >> how lucky are we in the bay area? this is 31 of three gallerie that peac by our 31 of three art galleries and is owned by our guest, what a beautiful place. one of three galleries our guest bonds. and just and bone >> 941 gearly has been converted into an art gallery. and it the other one is called white walls, shooting gallery. >> and they're all in the same area? >> yes, they're all within basically one block. >> and you open it up to different types of artists? >> yes, with different types of
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art, john ross and very eclectic mix of what i like. -genres. >> and what i like is that what is this? >> this is an artist from los angeles and a street artist. >> album covers. >> this is a style where he will do is prepaid, stenciled on an old album cover the fines and a thrift store. >> i love it, it is like the freak brothers and also the posters from the fillmore era. and in his own special look. >> yes. >> and these are the types of things that you would have of the gallery. and yes. >> opening tonight! this is also very different and using interesting medium. >> yes, found objects. >> mike shine is from a beach community. and about four years
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ago he started collecting driftwood. with old buoys >> this is perfect for halloween. >> and he paints on items washed up on shore. >> and also driftwood. >> here is also other people. >> this is also michael shine on driftwood. >> interesting. all types of different things in his opening tonight? >> yes, and also the grand opening of my brain gallery. >> 941 geary.com >> and you found that young people are knocking inspired. and you fell in love with our defense fights. >> yes, when i was in high school i took some our class's, ceramics, drawing, painting, photography and i used to have
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history with math class. >> okay. [laughter] >> and what a great example. and the good news is that you have a 941 and the other two galleries. here is how you can be a part of this amazing world of art, art galleries. tonight, the michael shiny exit visit. it is at 941 geary and also his other galleries. it is www.941geary.com and this other artist. and amazing work. she is having an exhibit called missives from a parallel world. inez storer, she does amazing work! and her father worked as
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a our director with billy wilder. and she is married to one of the most fastening and i have met an amazing artist in his own right. -fascinating. this is amazing, and here is the movie! let us go to the movies and believe me, the chamber of commerce is a boston is not about this happy about this, the town! serious, a talented. and actor/director knows how to make engaging cinematic. with the mean streets of boston, and delusional fief by f. lek, caught and mortar, lies, and a love affair, and-this cast is remarkable, john ham and rebecca hall and graphically . perfectly
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cast, gritty, rolla but told beautifully. >> and coming up! this wonderful san francisco opera. so much fun, incredible art work in this. >> i can imagine. >> thank you, we're going >> andwww.941geary.com >> thank you, and coming up on kron 4 news this weekend. milestone with the homeless population. details straight ahead.
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>> welcome back, according to san francisco mayor gavin newson the city has taken 12,000 people off the streets. and place them in permanent housing. however, homeless advocates have a problem with the mayor's math. jonathan blum? >> it is nowhere near full thousand if it was that way? that would be much more recognition of the number. >> and this will must advocate is in no hurry because that 12,000 number is a huge exaggeration. fed >> and if he is counting jail cells and with the set/lye ordinance that if a homeless person sits on the sidewalk? there will go to jail. city
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buses. >> and we've contactless people's relatives, and pay for the bus tickets, and food to get there. >> the other 7000 have been placed in of affordable housing in san francisco. that is where he gets tricky. and the definition of affordable housing is different from the city demolition. with 2100 formerly homeless people have been put into public housing a fully funded by taxpayers. over 4000 have been partially funded by taxpayers and 85 percent of their welfare income on rent. and by their rental figures, and with the hotel rooms, the boss tickets purchased, the number is nearly 12 k. >> we feel like we're moving in the right direction and have more work to do. >> and san francisco, jonathan
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blum. >> in the country of chile, the miners. and they had been trapped since august that 2,000 ft. underground. heather donald. >> it is the best news yet for the men entering their sixth week underground. the four chef is only 12 in. wide but it is a big improvement on is more- shaft. to deliver food, medicine, and to widen this to 22 in.! and they are going to have to do with the debris with whitening that. however, there will be able to bring that rescue cage down and excavate when one by one. it will be a tight fit. they might even have to be blindfolded, and even the sedated to avoid panic attacks during the one by one excavation of the miners from the bottom of the earth to the surface.
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live from the bay area's news station this is the kron 4 news. >> thank you for joining guest i am a mark danko and item here with jan wahl and igor! >> and we should not laugh because it is thought to cause some bad things were not laughing but young frankenstein what can you do. some very interesting people this hour. the san jose mexican heritage festival. also, aida and amazing san francisco opera. and we have a visiting vocalist. >> and first, the weather with
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rainfall! alive look with that black spider. >> it is been there for several weeks and it is pretty back. with 52 minute delays on arriving flights. . half north. the first band of rain pours through, yesterday. it really broke up several of we tonight and into tomorrow morning we will see a little bit of rainfall as this goes through. a look at a glance today, with dense fog and drizzle close to the coast what will continue. it's just like it did, yesterday and with all of that mist and along that coast. with more moisture streaming into the bay area as this approaches. perhaps a bit muddy this afternoon and by 3:00 p.m., a chance of showers in the north bay. not too likely today, tonight it is really tomorrow morning and the we are going to see that rain fall. to
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time it out on futurecast and your extended forecast coming up in just a bit. >> a tragedy in marin county after a fatal crash before 12:00 p.m. news in a rural part of novado boulevard. reggie kumar reports. >> friends, classmates of the five students let cabbles and consoled one another during this vigil lit candles. and they came to remember, honor, pride, the 15 year-old that was killed in the 16, 17 is still clinging to life at the area hospital and i cannot believe it, i was in shock. it is so real that it could happen that fast and your life is over that fast, and it is just some rea surreal. ane
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have been recently educating us about the dangers of drunk driving. >> he was a really good guy, and very well known, actually. he was the officer teacher's assistant third. and liked sports. >> the driver of this gray bmw could of been going up to 80 mph in a 55 mph gone west on the vaudeville art. the c h p that this vehicle spun thought of control and novado boulevard. in the path of this big rig in the opposite direction carrying cattle. they found all containers inside the car and all of these cars. if the driver has not been released. refacing for different charges, with gross vehicular manslaughter, with driving under the influence, and to be a hell of 0.08 or higher, and drivers without a darlicense. both teams
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are recovering with minor injuries and the big rig is not injured he has been identified as ken smith of idaho. the teame ofns are recovering in an area hospital the teens teenagers >> and thi is blamed with possible corrosion as a possible cause behind the explosion that killed seven people and destroyed 040 homes in san bruno. and clearing these lots of the homes of the red attacked areas and the health department that it could be tainted with and sourinincinerad cars, and with thousands of dollars being distributed to residents from pg&e.
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>> burned zero cars, and though framing of homes burned from the area explosion has not moved. frozen. everything has been left the same after the blast. >> they can do it on their own are we're giving them the option to give them with county cleanup for free. >> with one property per day could take over one month to remove all this debris. >> they go through a number of steps, testing, and at the end of the process each process live is a vacation that this property is safe, healthy and the original conditions, environmentally for what they can put on the property. >> outside, resident for looking at their residence options like jose looking at photographs of his damaged of what he is going to do. >> we cannot know yet. >> the quickness and is depending on how residents to sign up. and nearly two weeks.
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>> absolutely safety concerns there is no immediate health concerns. however, if this continues with this debris hanging around? this could pose a threat. >> and the county is not going to provide any money if they go with a private contractor. however, if you choose to have the county clean up? it will be completely wonder100 percent ifd by the county. >> jessica morales will be buried on monday. this was on friday. thousands attended no moral service of the san francisco church. the mother and daughter. she was an eighth
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grader at a high school, and classes were canceled show it students could attend the vigil. the mother worked for pg&e. >> and we have video of this explosion on our website. >> we will be right back as kron 4 news continues. and a live look with the fog is thick.
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>> welcome back, big changes to the bay to breakers. people that are not registered to be assescorted off. and only 50,000 can be registered. and 70,000 others attend this, unofficially, and floats and alcohol levels of been banned. >> and secretary of state hillary clinton is appealing for
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the uc graduates to be he freed and sharoun shround ha hjust been released and it looks like oman says that tehran does not. but they're ready for the release of those two men. >> and she will be holding a press conference on sunday in n.y. city with her mother. she says she's happy to be out but will not really relax and tell her friends are released. >> a live look outside.
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♪ >> welcome back, with thick weather, the c h p posted a fox advisory. now, a chance of rain tomorrow, the latest with jacqueline bennett. >> >> a storm is going to impact tomorrow. w are already seeing changes right now. moisture the is not going to see us until, monday also of the clouds today. there is a slight chance then come in the bay later this afternoon and into this evening. it is going to be a mainly tomorrow evening when we see the rain. showers on the sunday, and then try in the afternoon and if you have plans? shipped them onto the afternoon on sunday. cooler temperatures as we go into with a dipping down to the low 70's, inland. mid-60s along the bay shore and upper 50s on the coastline. let us take a look with our
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stormtracker ratdar are a very well-defined storm. al, we missed that rainfall yesterday it passed us on all to the north but the second band tonight and into tomorrow morning. and i think we're going to see some showers with this. let us take a look con futurecast. by 4:00 p.m., the rainfall is going to go towards the north bay and uniformity as it begins and then it will start to break up a little bit. by 10:00 a.m., light showers of of the north bay and of the golden gate and along the coastline. as for moving to the noon hour, that is pretty much it and as we see with very light showers tapered off by 3:00 p.m. so, we are going to see the most rain and the north bay. these totals really quickly, the quarter inched that you see it is perhaps closer to the golden gate, novado, santa rosa. and a three-quarters, that is going to be well to the north and the
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higher elevations. also, south of the golden gate is not going to see much, perhaps on the one-tenth of an inch. and in the south bay, if we see anything just traces. at the most, one-tenth which is not for much rainfall at all. let us take a look to our temperatures today with cooler 76 in santa rosa, 64 degrees in san francisco, offers 70's, inland. when you factor in the additional moisture it feels more monday. that is what we're going to see today with more stickiness. 60s and half moon bay, 60s, 70's for the bay shore. 744 san jose and take a look kron 4 7 day around the bay the rainfall is going to dominate this weekend forecast. first the forecast will have fog, and then cloudy conditions in the overnight rain into
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tomorrow morning. showers. because it is going to be so light and cooler temperatures through the weekend. but as we head into the weekend and next week cooler, and dry conditions. >> look of this! this is in turkey. this one year-old toddler was crawling out into freeway. and after the mother was begging for money on the sidewalk and fell asleep. thank goodness someone actually stopped and picked up the toddler. police turned him back over to wiz mother. we will be right back with unemployment up. and how we will see numbers affecting the silicon valley. >> and i'm still recovering combat child, thank goodness no tragedy! woman of the san jose
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>> look at this, the san jose mexican festival and this is the 19th annual san jose mexican heritage festival. it is going to be fabulous, and women of the mexican revolution. and linda ronstadt and is going to kill me! but there is great up mariachi and cultural events as part of this fabulous heritage festival. two people and joining us are dan hererra and thank you for being here! >> and women of the mexican. >> and the biggest colleges on the 25th. and it is hosted by carly fiorina and women of the mexican revolution. they were
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the ones the kept the men going, they traveled with them, and made their tortillas, and if her husband, lover fell it is a fantastic story. and also, we are equating it would today with a modern day. delores' webster who founded the modern. >> and linda ronstadt and. >> she is the artistic director of the entire festival. she brought me on for the creative director. to bring her vision to light. i am thrilled to be part of it. >> the festival is 19 years old with two weeks of music, educational workshops, and
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films. from the best, brightest film makers in mexico art exhibition, about miguel sanjosemariachifestival.com the largest of its kind. the music, the food. >> and i went a few years ago it was so much fun! environment. and the san jose area completely embraces this festival. >> san jose and love i just love that little town. and i love san jose it is a great town. the dollar, the festival is great but the with the mouthe mariachi, and the gala with children dancing is fantastic! >> sensed this show, we've not seen anything like this and
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about 20 years. the original world premiere of what we're talking a musical adventure telling this marvelous story. the women that fought the mexican revolution, and is the mexican les mis... is are tackling. >> and it is a story, there are wonderful. >> -tech lin tag, line is the m les mis >> and with art, and it is all projections, or start footage. bringing it into the 21st century, with historic footage, with actresses, portraying the amazing history figures. >> amazing! >> and perhaps if he is fonto wk with.
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>> and what about linda ronstadt? >> oh my gosh!! it is in such a get. >> what is our relationship? >> and many of her have followed that her seeing life and the mexican war of the some much different. >> sheet ishe is mexican-americd she grew up in tucson, arizona and his embrace this a few years ago she is been a visionary with this project. because of her, we've been able to work with dan who has been marvelous. and she wanted to take this festival and grow it, to turn it into a destination. and relief, use it to be a cultural ambassador. >> sheet expanded this from a mariachi festival to a mariology, film, and expanded it. -not a patchy. >> she expanded it. and i am so
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excited, the 19th annual san jose mexican heritage festival. here is how you can be a part of it. www.sanjosemariachi festival.com >> it is wonderful, fan and so that to have you here. and the beacon try to get him to come out of his shell? >> and happy holidays, everyone. >> and we're getting all this culture for your ability to so much for coming and what a fun festival. we will be back after this. jaguar platinum coverage is not just a warranty.
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about bringing in the forecast and and an update from jacqueline bennett. . >> a well defined storm to the north. the first band of rain pours through, yesterday. it really broke up several of we have is second band of rain tonight and into tomorrow morning we will see a little bit of rainfall as this goes through. a look at a glance today, with dense fog and drizzle close to the coast what will continue. it's just like it did, yesterday and with all of that mist and along that coast. with more moisture streaming into the bay area as this approaches. perhaps a bit muddy this afternoon and by 3:00 p.m., a chance of showers in the north his is bay. not too likely today, tonight it is really tomorrow morning and the we are
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going to see that rain fall. to time it out on futurecast and your extended forecast coming up in if just a bit. this data, poor results in the bay area was a bit better with 9 percent unemployment rate him. if hand the number of people increase fog. rob fladeboe has a look at them unemployment numbers and that silicon valley. >> the latest numbers from the employment development department in the silicon valley that unemployment dropped, slightly in the month of august. >> the jobless rate for the santa clara metropolitan area was 11.2 percent last month. that is down from 11.5% in the month of july. and also from the 11.8% posted for august, of last year. and with 852,000 jobs. there was also down by
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1500 or roughly 0.2% from one year, earlier. on the upside, professional and service employees have added a 1300 jobs in the computer and electronics manufacturing also had a larger than usual gains. 600 jobs. >> those were the fewest in cannes with government, construction, realistic, employment, with the fewest- pekingese. >> rob fladeboe, kron 4 news. - the fewest gains. >> and the largest merger for the $3 billion stock swap. with the united, continental and industry watchers are going to save less competition and higher air fare. and they have a strong, but sfo, and the united has hinted the layoffs are coming. however, no specific numbers and once this deal is finalized overlapping jobs.
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perhaps the merger will have a minimal affect on bay area workers. >> depending on the number of aircraft they will keep. and the amount that they will keep flying. see that much changes. there will be some attrition but we will not see massive layoffs. >> the government side of on this merger and the only roadblock is the lawsuit. by several consumers with the increased concern of less competition. >> and this also made one of the top stimulus projects. and this tunnel expansion is no. 5 on that list. using $19 $8 million from stimulus money into 50 workers and more are going to be hired. and this is projected to
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we were just hazin' the intern. >> welcome back, with unusual mid-september rainfall. very thick fog, with all eyes on the rainfall and the chp has issued a fog advisory. . >> a storm is going to impact the bay area tonight and into tomorrow. w are already seeing changes right now. moisture streaming into the bay area and the is not going to see us until, monday also of the clouds today. there is a slight chance then come in the bay later this afternoon and into this evening. it is going to be
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a mainly tomorrow evening when we see the rain. showers on the sunday, and then try in the afternoon and if you have plans? shipped them onto the afternoon on sunday. cooler temperatures as we go into with a dipping down to the low 70's, inland. mid-60s along the bay shore and upper 50s on the coastline. let us take a look with our stormtracker rate are a very well-defined storm. al, we missed that rainfall yesterday it passed us on all to the north but the second band tonight and into tomorrow morning. and i think we're going to see some showers with this. let us take a look con futurecast. by 4:00 p.m., the rainfall is going to go towards the north bay and uniformity as it begins and then
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it will start to break up a little bit. by 10:00 a.m., light showers of of the north bay and of the golden gate and along the coastline. as for moving to the noon hour, that is pretty much it and as we see with very light showers tapered off by 3:00 p.m. so, we are going to see the most rain and the north bay. these totals really quickly, the quarter inched that you see it is perhaps closer to the golden gate, novado, santa rosa. and a three-quarters, that is going to be well to the north and the higher elevations. also, south of the golden gate is not going to see much, perhaps on the one- tenth of an inch. and in the south bay, if we see anything just traces. at the most, one- tenth which is not for much rainfall at all. let us take a look to our temperatures today with cooler 76 in santa rosa, 64 degrees in san francisco, offers 70's, inland. when you
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factor in the additional moisture it feels more monday. that is what we're going to see today with more stickiness. 60s and half moon bay, 60s, 70's for the bay shore. 744 san jose and take a look kron 4 7 day around the bay the rainfall is going to dominate this weekend forecast. first the forecast will have fog, and then cloudy conditions in the overnight rain into tomorrow morning. showers. because it is going to be so light and cooler temperatures through the weekend. but as we head into the weekend and next week cooler, and dry conditions. >> with actresses behaving badly, paris hilton was arrested after a small bag of cocaine in los vegas. however, she will not have a felony or present time. >> and with lindsay lohan, she
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just admitted to feeling her drug test and is prepared to go in front of the judge and face the consequences for her actions. bashan violation and even more jail time. and even no-her violation of probation center to july 1st place. >> an oh my gosh! declaration by >> general. >> and if they need to hit bottom and do it alone. >> and i'm going to uplift this with something fabulous we're going to talk about the san francisco as production of aida it's a blast, and a perfect right to celebrate opera. with delores! she is one of the great performances and that is coming up!
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♪ for >> this is just a little bit of
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aida, it is big, bold, dramatic and at the at&t park this friday night. the simulcast, and our san francisco opera house. and it is all part of the san francisco's aida and and dolor a sojic >> and view of the big boys. >> that is what they tell me. >> it helps when you been doing this opera. >> how long? >> 35 years. >> fantastic! >> and the character? >> complicated, she changes a little bit like gone but the wind. >> yes. >> she, like scarlett o'hara, but the man dies. >> right. >> and much as a change of
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heart. >> and with a graphic way with that dramatic opera. and what is this story? this is an ancient egypt. there you are. >> there is an egyptian slaves who is in love with the captain of a guard. at that capt. is felt in love a with fifthidand t is a messy love triangle. >> yes. andpharoahs it is a very complicated plot. >> complicated but a very great and i worked on as 25 years ago with the san francisco when povalready and it was a really big voices, and 25 years ago when pavoratti
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>> this set is a very colorful production. and he wanted a lot of color which you do not usually get with production it is as you see black, white, and blue accents because that was the egyptian in those days. >> and you live and reno, nevada and you help with people with the foundation. and with young peopl had ae is this a good show for young people to get inspired? >> oh, definitely! definitely! it is one of those offers that is could to bring to people for the first time. opera. i've cut and many new fans just by singing the big, outdoor production and it is amazing. often it isn't these outdoor venues that people see these for the first time. -it is often
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with that when people have this first encounter with opera. >> and this is at the at&t park and also the san francisco opera house. >> and can give us something? >> no [laughter] >> and i knew that it is something to wake us up. >> and yes it is difficult to do without warming up your voice? >> and i can do some modeling and. >> and is amazing. >> okay.. (humming) >> where did he do that? >> it is interesting because i learned that focus and vocals are controlled. there is an article in scientific america with a document how really you
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control air flow, and your tong. the shifting is done with the talking. >> and that is a revelation for me i-5 tongue >> and-revelation, and it is so worth seeing! and to get the 5 december 5th and the simulcast for tonight and it is now betwe september and december 5td now th world-class opera. bring us www.sfopera.com and when you help people with big voices with the little people. and thank you for that route and singing. if you do not know what to and throat singing is? and i would a tough look that up. and we spoke about the town. and it
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is good unless you belong to the and i bosto chamber of commerce, the town. and also, a wonderful story about a strong. the money, and orson welles and clear gains i love that! and in city islandthat!callas forever cure me ironses in that. and rent that one. thank you so much for being here. and we will be right that back after this. >> jeremy irons is anin callus forever, on dvd. >> henry's garden is coming up. fifth
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♪ >> are these gorgeous roses? >> henry's garden. >> hey! what is that? >> and it is abuzz there is a reason why that is behind this. >> and? because these are up on the deck and looked like heck and i'm going to give up on it. >> know! >> no. >> roses are very resilient. with a little bit of care. you get all of those results you were reading about. >> and are you going to say the word no throughout this entire segment? [laughter] >> and this is light green. and
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is somehow foilage with lighter foilage? >> this has more of a yellow slash grain. that means that it is hungry, henry. >> one ham sandwich for a rose please. >> right. >> and what are we going to feed it with? >> there is a lot of choices when it comes to fertilizer. you can see that there is water soluble. >> this is especially good because of the color. this pink make sure color just kidding. >> and the time released. and one, two applications during the entire year. and the way that this works is that over time a gradually releases. >> yes, and to ashley, this is a-actually, this is a new product. >> and readily available.
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>> and the shelf life of nine months and >> to take care of that disease and with the oil. to control that black spots. >> and let us show them what this is. all season horticultural oil. >> and even controlled and applied and a high temperatures. and if you really need to address this? >> and this is going to compromise the rose? >> this is a disease that with a lot dreyer. and it is going to perhaps hedge on that. >> and the hot temperatures, that making these stems going to burn. not too much foilage. >> okay..
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>> okay.. >> and to justify that. what is that? >> well, we have to take into different steps. the horticultural oil for diseases and now, the fertilizer. what we could do is use this product right here. >> this is a chemical, and >> you cannot find organic or this is not. >> this is a one step job. >> you do not have to spray. >> how'd you do this? >> henry, and this label. >> this is like the lottery! scratching, look, i won! and one of the problems is that with labels like this. and if they are wet? >> and what the most important
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lesson in this segment of henry's garden is to do not let the labels get wet. >> and plan become a plan see, and to call your favorite garden center and see what they would recommend. >> and why are you doing this? >> and the number. .. .. >> is there anything else we need to do? >> water! and the roses, they like plenty of moisture. fabulous [laughter] >> and that is it for the kron 4 news weekend. we will be back and on next weekend. >> thank you, get ready for the rainfall. and we would back tomorrow at 8:00 a.m. ♪
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